# What's New on STW

We add new printable worksheets, games, and teaching tools all the time! This page highlights some of our most recent additions to the site.

551 new files added over the past 365 days.

(added February 24, 2021)

Complete the bar models (aka bar diagrams or tape diagrams) and write the multiplication fact for each.

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(added February 24, 2021)

Part 1: Find the area of each shape by counting the square units. Part 2: Then draw squares to find the number of square units for each shape. Part 3: Complete the short answer question.

(added February 24, 2021)

Write the numbers shown. Illustrations show math counters, snap cubes, ten frames, and place value blocks. Then compare by circling the correct phrase: phrases

*is more than*,*is less than*, and*is equal to*.(added February 24, 2021)

Write the numbers shown in the ten frames. Then compare, using the phrases

*is more than*,*is less than*, and*is equal to*.(added February 23, 2021)

How many mistakes will your students find in these sentences? They circle the errors and rewrite each sentence correctly.

(added February 23, 2021)

In addition to the skills on the other "Fix the Sentences" worksheets, students will also look for contractions that are missing apostrophes.

(added February 23, 2021)

On these worksheets, students rewrite the sentences and correct the mistakes. They search for errors related to capitalization, spelling of sight words, and punctuation.

(added February 23, 2021)

Look for mistakes related to capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. This file contains five half-sized worksheets.

(added February 21, 2021)

Review basic addition and subtraction facts. Practice breaking a 2-digit number up into tens and ones. Compare numbers, using the phrases

*less than*and*greater than*. Answer a question using a pictograph.(added February 21, 2021)

Your students will review place value, identify the number of tens and ones in a 2-digit number. Add zero to single-digit numbers. Identify a polygons, including hexagons. Count up from 2-digit numbers.

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(added February 21, 2021)

This week, students practicing counting and writing numbers up to 30. Calculate missing addends in addition equations. Identify longer/shorter and long/longer/longest objects.

(added February 21, 2021)

Solve to find missing addends in an equation. Count corners on a polygon. Find and identify rectangles and circles. Solve simple addition and subtraction word problems.

(added February 21, 2021)

Trace numbers. Show numbers on a ten-frame. Add and subtract with graphical models of manipulatives. Classify shapes. Identify correct preposition words.

(added February 21, 2021)

Count, trace, and write numbers 11-15. Subtract numbers using illustrations. Identify basic shapes. Compare single-digit numbers.

(added February 21, 2021)

Skills include counting, tracing, and writing numbers to ten. Students also add numbers with sums up to 10 using visual models. There are also questions related to more/less and longer/shorter.

(added January 28, 2021)

Complete the multiplication tables by filling in the missing factors and products. This worksheet has winter sports-themed illustrations.

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(added January 28, 2021)

Complete these mini-multiplication tables by filling in the missing products. This sheet has butterfly-themed graphics.

(added January 28, 2021)

Fill in the products on these mini-multiplication tables. This page has illustrations of children playing with cars and trains.

(added January 28, 2021)

Write the missing factors and products in the four mini-multiplication tables. This activity has pirate-themed graphics.

(added January 12, 2021)

In the first week of 1st grade Math Buzz, students will review basic Kindergarten skills. This file has 5 worksheets, one for each day of the week. Skills include basic addition, counting on a five-frame, writing numbers, and identifying basic shapes.

(added December 23, 2020)

How do bees get to school? In order to decode the answer, student answer a series of 3-digit addition and subtraction problem. (Answer: On the school buzz!)

(added December 17, 2020)

This file has 11 flash cards, 5 super challenge flash cards, a self-test, and a mat for sorting.

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(added December 17, 2020)

This file contains 11 flash cards with basic facts, 5 super challenge cards, a self-test worksheet, and a flash card sorting mat.

(added December 17, 2020)

Cut and color the truck to make the multiplication slider craft. Then insert math sliders to practice basic facts with 10 as a factor.

(added December 17, 2020)

Use scissors and crayons to build a math slider. Then use it to review basic facts with 11 as a factor.

(added December 17, 2020)

Use these flash cards to practice multiplication facts with 11 as a factor. File includes: 11 flash cards, 5 super challenge cards, a self-quiz, and a sorting mat.

(added December 17, 2020)

Use these cards to review multiplication facts with 9 as a factor. Includes flash cards, a self-test and a sorting mat.

(added December 17, 2020)

Cut out the apple and math fact strips. Weave the strips through the apple. Review multiplication facts with 8 as a factor.

*For best results, print this file on thick card paper.*(added December 17, 2020)

Print this ladybug craft on heavy card stock. Cut out the picture and the number sliders. Place the slider through the lady bug to see math facts. Students can read facts and say the answer.

(added December 17, 2020)

Practice multiplication facts with 8 as a factor. Sort cards into 2 groups on the sorting mat: facts I have mastered and facts I am still practicing.

(added December 17, 2020)

Practice multiplication facts with 7 as a factor. This file includes 11 flash cards, 5 super challenge cards, a sorting mat, and a self-quiz.

(added December 17, 2020)

Print this file on heavy card stock. The cut out the airplane picture and the math fact strips. Place the fact strips through the airplane and pull to scroll up and down. Students read the facts and say the answers.

(added December 17, 2020)

Cut out the flash cards and use them to practice multiplication facts with 6 as a factor.

(added December 17, 2020)

Print on card stock. Cut out and color the boat. Slide the multiplication strips through the boat. Slide the strip up and down to see basic facts. Read and answer each fact.

(added December 17, 2020)

Print this file on card stock. The cut out the truck and slider strips. Weave the strips through the truck. Slide the strip up and down to see multiplication facts.

(added December 17, 2020)

This file contains flash cards for all basic facts in which 2 is a factor. There's also a sorting mat and a practice quiz.

(added December 17, 2020)

Task cards can be used for classroom scavenger hunts, small group sessions, peer tutoring, exit slips, document cameras, and so much more. These cards have arrays, repeated addition expressions, and fact family triangles.

(added December 16, 2020)

Task cards work well for peer practice, document cameras, classroom scavenger hunts, exit slips, and class games. Each card has an array, a repeated addition expression, a groups model, or a number family triangle.

(added December 16, 2020)

Print these flash cards on card stock. As student practice, they can use the sorting mat to divide the cards into two groups- ones they have mastered and ones they have not.

(added December 16, 2020)

Use this cool slider craft to practice multiplication facts. For best results, print on card stock.

(added December 16, 2020)

Print this file on this card stock. Cut and color. Then use this dog slider craft to practice basic multiplication by 4.

(added December 16, 2020)

Print these flash cards and cut them apart for practice. There's also a sorting mat and a practice quiz.

(added December 16, 2020)

In this file, you'll find 30 task cards. They have arrays, fact triangles, group models, and repeated addition expressions.

(added December 16, 2020)

Print this file on thick card stock. Cut out the penguin and the slider strip. Weave the strip with multiplication facts into the penguin. Read each fact and say the answer.

(added December 16, 2020)

This set contains 16 flash cards. There's also a sorting mat and a practice quiz.

(added December 16, 2020)

This file contains 24 task cards. Questions and problems include arrays, fact triangles, group models, and repeated addition.

(added December 10, 2020)

Cut out the Christmas light bulbs. Have students color them in, or write math problems in them, or write sight words in them, or write their names.

(added December 10, 2020)

Color the cup the has

*more*water. Color the bottle that has*less*water. Cup A has*more*water than Cup B. Draw water in Cup B.(added December 10, 2020)

Color the bottle that holds

*more*water. Color the carton that holds*less*milk. Color the pitcher that holds*less*iced tea.(added December 10, 2020)

Students can solve 8 equations to demonstrate their understating of Order of Operations. This intermediate-level activity has problems that contain parenthesis, but no exponents.